Historical Attractions in Scone

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Quirindi
offers more than 2000 heritage items on display, plus steam-engine shed, active Village Workshop and blacksmith's shop; showcasing the history, heritage and culture of the area.
Newcastle East
Australia's first European coal mine also became a significant military outpost, and is rich in architecture and history making for educational and entertaining tours above and below ground, plus picnic tables and adventure play area.
Newcastle East
Guided tours, fantastic tours and seafaring traditions proudly upheld. An educational stop with heart.
Hill End
Kids will have a great time exploring an 1870s gold mining town with visitor centre and museum! They can even try their luck gold panning at the Fossicking Ground and go on a mine tour!
Timbertown
(187 KMs)
Wauchope
a fun and historically re-created pioneer village that features a heritage railway, sawmill, children's animal farm, great old fashioned heritage playground, demonstration bullocks and a wonderful doll shop.
Sydney Observatory
(1)
(204 KMs)
The Rocks
Features inside the observatory include a range of 3D space theatre productions, plus planetarium dome shows. Loads of exhibits on meteorology, astronomy and timekeeping.
Mittagong
Offers a huge range of handmade products plus privately bookable classes for needlepoint, embroidery, knitting, tapestry, crewel and crochet skills.
The Train Shed
(203 KMs)
Luddenham
Train Rides on Thomas the Tank Engine & his Friends - Toby, James, Percy, Mavis and Gordon. Model Train Layout for the kids to drive. There's a Kiosk - & have a Cappuccino. About 15 mins south of Penrith, 20mins west of Liverpool.
Luna Park
(1)
(203 KMs)
Milsons Point
Luna Park! The famous landmark of Sydney where families have been enjoying rides and games since the 1930s. And now it's your turn!
University Drive Callaghan
The large and small activity floaters are huge inflatables to squirm, squeak and splash across including climbs, slides, obstacle courses and jump off points. One for over 6s, one for over 8s.
Merewether
are a series of year round accessible shoreline tidal pools, with cleaned but unheated ocean water. There is seasonal life guard cover and poolside rest areas.
Newcastle East
are a series of year round accessible shoreline tidal pools, with cleaned but unheated ocean water. Year round life guard cover and poolside rest areas.
Wet n Wild
(195 KMs)
Prospect
Over 40 water slides and attractions, including the world's tallest double Sky Coaster and the safest beach in Australia.
The Aquatic Centre
(216 KMs)
Orange
offer a 50m heated outdoor pool, heated diving pool with diving boards and 10m tower, plus heated indoor leisure pool with fun interactive features.
Jamberoo
Jamberoo Action Park is New South Wales' BIGGEST theme park. How does that sound! Get ready to get WET!
The Big Banana
(293 KMs)
Coffs Harbour
The Big Banana - one of the Coffs Coast's most recognised tourist attractions! Kids will enjoy the waterpark, fun thrill rides, educational tours and shows!
Port Stephens
Kids as small as 2 years old will actively participate by safely swimming, feeding and playing with the sharks and rays!
Somersby
Exciting wildlife shows and loads of animal interaction are what this hands-on zoo is famous for!
West Pennant Hills
10 acres of heavily populated lush environment with guided tours, wet weather options and educational add ons.
Doonside
Free koala, kangaroo and other small mammals petting encounters, plus hand feeding opportunities, with a strong educational angle.
Manly
Huge ultra modern aquarium with all the usual classic features including shark tunnel. Great conservation work worth studying. Shark dive for rich over 14s.
Taronga Zoo
(1)
(203 KMs)
Mosman
An incredible zoo, with an incredible view of Sydney Harbour, home to over 4,000 animals on 21 hectares, making it one of the largest of its kind in the world.
Sydney
Natural walk through enclosures with Australia's iconic species, interactive elements include hand feeding.
Sydney Aquarium
(1)
(204 KMs)
Sydney
With over 12,000 creatures from 650 species displayed, plus rockpool discovery zone, walk through tunnel and glass bottomed boat.
Helensburgh
A zoo where kids don't just look at the animals - they experience them through hands-on encounters!
Nundle
offers a working example of wool textile history where you can view the processes from the observation decking. The surrounding village is full of crafts and antiques shops to nose around too, with plenty of spots for picnicking, bush walking, fishin...
Scenic World
(195 KMs)
Katoomba
From a journey 270m above ancient ravines and dazzling waterfalls, to elevated rainforest board walks, the world's steepest railway and more, all interconnected at Scenic World so you can flow around it!
Curl
Teaches a little of Manly's main history but mainly focuses on the weirdest and most interesting facts and events from the region's history, making it fun and interesting for kids.
Manly
The children's version of the 20 year established ghost tour is suitable for braver types from 7 years old.
Sydney Tower
(201 KMs)
Sydney Olympic Park
guided tours, glass floored viewing platform, 4D cinema, night vision binoculars and much more.
Sydney Olympic Park
Has everything from the original stadium tour with a walk along the elevated metal platform 45 metres above the stadium allowing an extra sense of excitement and occasion for children.
Walsh Bay
Trail around this popular district includes nationally famous contributions and an evolving collection of regional efforts.
Sydney Opera House
(204 KMs)
Sydney
Australia's most iconic landmark with concerts, tours, and even special programs just for kids!
Sydney
Operates a family friendly trip scheme based around Dolphin and Whale Watching Cruises, Mountain Climbing, Hiking, Touching and Feeding Kangaroos, Koalas and Native Bird life, Wildlife Parks and a gourmet Food and Wine Tour.
Canons Shuttles
(220 KMs)
Sydney
offer three types of day tour suitable for families, where tour guests are driven between points of interest to explore in a comfortable bus with informed commentary.
Otford
Offers a range of horse riding lessons, a variety of riding trails and other family getaway activities, with accommodation and kids' camps also available.
Coniston
Offers a unique set of experiences and sights around the port and it's key industrialised areas, with education for the big ones and exciting machinery for the small ones to enjoy viewing.
Kidszone
(108 KMs)
Tamworth
3 age ranged play areas for 0 to 2s, 2 to 5s and 5 to 12s, each with their own set of adventure soft play features from inflatable and dinosaur slides through ball lagoons and up the climbing maze!
North Wyong
Dodge, crawl, bounce and spin your way through 3 levels of Mega Maze fun; Shoot your friends in a multi-level battleground of foam ball mayhem; plus sports, toddler zone, two jumping castles and more!
Tuggerah
A fun filled indoor playground for ages up to 11 years. Kids can jump, slide, climb, shoot and play! Their new upgraded play area features the ball blaster, ride on trains, dodgems plus heaps more!
Grommets Kidsworld
(156 KMs)
The Entrance
Featuring a jumping castle, adventure maze, air hockey tables, and a great gaming room for the older types, plus a dedicated toddler area.
Xtreme Playzone
(183 KMs)
Asquith
Offering a range of family activities including laser tag, cosmic golf, spin zone bumper cars, indoor play and a top arcade.
Warriewood
Provides all the fun and action of a junior gym, triple dipper slide, Toddlers’ Ball Pit, a Computer Room for Techno Toys and Games, a Flashing Dance Disco and a huge kid-friendly slot-car racing circuit for junior rev heads!
Castle Hill
Huge soft play area with Jumping Castle, Brand new soft ball game, ball pit, slippery slides and more. Home to The Jitterbugs entertainment group.
Kid About Playland
(192 KMs)
St Marys
Exciting multi level adventure play structure, packed full of slides, tunnels and lookouts to balls, bridges and other features plus plump jumping castles and a fun and fascinating toddler area.
Kelso
A fun play environment for kids from 4 to 11, with a dedicated toddler area and a cafe for parents!
Frenchs Forest
A small roleplay city featuring fire and police stations, hospital, post office, restaurant, gym, even a TV studio where children can dress up and make up their own adventures. Plus dance stage, climbing wall, crawler construction site and more.
Kidz Fun Factory
(193 KMs)
Minchinbury
Multi level indoor adventure playground featuring giant slides, flying fox and balls pools, plus toddler zone, jumping castles and more.
Macquarie Park
Mega slides, kids' rides and climbing equipment plus ball blaster, ride on trains, dodgems and heaps more!
Big Blast
(1)
(195 KMs)
Brookvale
Super fun for the over 5s including velcro wall, mechanical bull, vertigo challenge, basketball shoot out, cliffhangar steep drop slide and canon blaster bunker!

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